Art Contracts 101 with Center for Art Law
*This event is free for members, with select spots open to non-members by suggested donation to the Center for Art Law. Not a member yet? Join us!
Whether you work with a dealer or gallery to sell your art, you license your designs, or you hire employees, contracts form an important part of an artist’s business. Join this program taught by the Center for Art Law to learn about the basics of contract law, terms to look out for and negotiate, and steps to best protect yourself when entering into agreements involving your art.
Louise Carron is the executive director at the Center for Art Law and an attorney who regularly teaches art law to visual artists and participates in conferences on legal issues surrounding the arts. Carron holds master’s degrees in French and US Comparative Business Law from the Université Paris Nanterre, and an LL.M from the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law. She is the co-chair of the Pro Bono Committee of the Entertainment, Arts, and Sports Law Section of the New York State Bar Association.
CENTER FOR ART LAW
A world-renowned asset to the art law field, the Center for Art Law is a New York-based research and education nonprofit that offers resources and programming for the advancement of a vibrant arts and law community. The Center is a centralized resource for understanding the legal framework surrounding the visual arts and cultural heritage, and facilitates conversations by hosting and participating in programs including its own Visual Artists’ Immigration Clinic, launched in January 2020.
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